On the surface, LEGO Technic models may look like an ordinary toy. Those who have been able to study the subject a little more know very well that this is not the case. These are very complex and complex structures that combine several thousands of small elements. After folding, of course. For that to happen, it takes a long time to combine the two elements into one to create what looks like a car. Most likely, a wonderful car.
How long does it take to complete the construction of such a complex structure?
Bronek answered this question. He calculated his progress in pages of instructions per day. With 5 hours a day, he was able to go through 100 pages. The set included two manuals, each about 400 pages. Since it is easy to calculate, it took 8 days, five hours of laying, to program the Ferrari Daytona SP3.
The Ferrari Daytona SP3 is a unique car
This is a model that was created to celebrate a legendary event in the history of the manufacturer. In 1967, at the Daytona race in Florida, three Ferrari cars took the first three places in this unique celebration of cars. The heart of this car is a standard V12 engine with 840 hp, which allows you to reach the top 100 in 2.85 seconds.
Mapping at a higher level
The model from LEGO was made on a scale of 1: 8 and measures an impressive 59 centimeters in length and 25 centimeters in width. It includes 3,778 components, including a real V12 engine with moving pistons, an 8-speed sequential gearbox, and opening butterfly doors. The design also allows the roof, front and rear hatches to be opened.